Washington, D.C. — The Advancing Excellence in Long-Term Care Collaborative (AELTCC) will meet Tuesday, January 31, 2017 at the national headquarters of collaborative member LeadingAge in Washington, D.C.
Following a membership meeting in the morning, Advancing Excellence will host its first topical forum of 2017. Karen Tritz, Director of Nursing Homes at the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) will be the featured guest during AELTCC’s afternoon round table discussion on the new Requirements of Participation.
“AELTCC is in a unique position to serve as a collective forum,” says Jay Sackman, board chair of the collaborative, “a place where consumers, government, trade, clinicians, and other stakeholders can come together in an effort to elevate discussion of diverse perspectives, policies, regulations, and environmental trends that affect post-acute and long-term services and supports. This forum on the new Requirements of Participation is an example of how we convene to broaden understanding and elevate the discussion.”
Special guests of AELTCC have been invited to participate in the afternoon forum. The event will also be open to the public, with limited seating available. Those interested in attending this roundtable are encouraged to requested a seat early, by emailing email@example.com)
About Advancing Excellence
The Advancing Excellence in Long-Term Care Collaborative (AELTCC) is a membership-based, national not-for-profit organization which provides a forum for government, professional, consumer, trade, clinical, and other stakeholders to discuss diverse perspectives, policies, regulations, and environmental trends that affect post-acute and long-term services and supports. Collaborative members share information and resources, create relationships that support the provision of the highest levels of support to those they represent, and work to ensure the highest level of care to the individuals who receive post-acute and long-term care services. For more information visit www.aeltcc.org.